Information architecture

Information architecture (IA) is the system and structure you use to organize and label content on your website, app or product.

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Highlights from Mini Con 2021 hosted by UX New Zealand

User researchers, writers, designers, marketers, and others with a passion for UX were treated to talks from some of the best in the business when they connected online for UXNZ Mini Con on November 12th. We introduce the 5 speakers of the day and highlight what they had to say.

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How to get started with tree testing

Your website is likely the lifeblood of your organization. But what if people found it hard to navigate or use? That's where tree testing comes in, it helps take the guesswork out of information architecture, and makes building great websites easier.

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Is your website ever done?

In today's world, a website is never done. Just like your business, it needs to be dynamic and ever evolving.

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Understanding top tasks

Overloaded, convoluted websites are unfortunately par for the course on the modern web. So, what are you supposed to do?

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